Christopher Crane formally announced his intention to seek election for Pulaski Circuit and County Clerk Thursday.
Crane, the current Arkansas Film Commissioner, has served the Pulaski County community previously as a staff member for Sen. Dale Bumpers, as a Little Rock School District teacher at Parkview Arts/Science Magnet High School for eight years, and has been in his current position at the Arkansas Economic Development Commission for the last 10 years. In making his announcement to seek election to the position of Pulaski Circuit and County Clerk, Crane stated:
“I believe my professional experience combined with my government management service has uniquely qualified me for the position of Pulaski Circuit and County Clerk. I make a commitment to use my knowledge and expertise to help the Circuit Clerk’s office operate more responsively and efficiently for the citizens and businesses of Pulaski County who rely on the accuracy of the records, the voter registration system, and other important functions of the office. I am also committed to implement policies and practices that would better serve the legal profession and our court system. This office has set a high standard for quiet, efficient and effective government and I will fight to retain those standards.”
Crane hold a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Arkansas at Little Rock. He and his wife, Esperanza Massana, reside in the Hillcrest community of Little Rock and call both Pulaski Heights United Methodist and New Life Church their spiritual homes. Crane has one daughter, Madison.
For further information on the Clerk’s Office and on Crane’s experience, visit his website: www.craneforclerk.com.